|Number of persons :||1-2|
|Price from :||200 zł|
|Size of the room :||38m²|
|Parking (with CCTV)||Expres check-out|
Jest to jeden z największych pokoi w Łódzkim Pałacyku wyposażony w podwójne łóżko, lustro weneckie oraz zabytkowe meble.
Karl Wilhelm Scheibler (born September 1, 1820 in Montjoie in the Rhineland, died. April 13, 1881 in Łódź) – one of the most important Lodz’s industrialists. He came from a family of German Lutherans. His father owned a cloth factory in Germany. Scheibler learned the profession in England, and then practiced in Belgium, France, Scotland, the Netherlands and Austria. In 1848 he came to the Polish Kingdom. He was a director of the cotton spinning mill owned by his uncle Frederick Schlosser in Ozorkow. In 1852 he set up a company in Lodz, which imported textile machinery, then launched a cotton mill. A marriage with wealthy Anna Werner in 1854 helped him in commencing his career of an industrialist. She was a daughter of the owner of the cloth factories in Zgierz and Ozorkow and a sugar factory in Leśmierz. The dowry of his wife twice surpassed his own savings. The collective wealth, backed by loans, allowed him to open in 1855 the first factory – a fully mechanized spinning mill..